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Thread: Point Guard Era Draft ending.

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    Default Point Guard Era Draft ending.

    A little scary after the last four years, the draft has created some of the best/starting/all-star point guards today. This year's projected draft, there is ONE point guard in the top 20. ONE! This year is filled with wing players and big men. A draft the Raptors wished they could have had last year.

    That one point guard is Tony Wroten Jr. And his size basically says shooting guard at 6'5, 205 pounds.



    Found by Chad Ford's ESPN Prospects Big Board.

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    Quote RaptorReuben wrote: View Post
    A little scary after the last four years, the draft has created some of the best/starting/all-star point guards today. This year's projected draft, there is ONE point guard in the top 20. ONE! This year is filled with wing players and big men. A draft the Raptors wished they could have had last year.

    That one point guard is Tony Wroten Jr. And his size basically says shooting guard at 6'5, 205 pounds.



    Found by Chad Ford's ESPN Prospects Big Board.
    So does his assist to turnover ration of 0.9:1.

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    Goodness, that's horrific.

    I can honestly say there is not a single point guard in the draft, but after such successful years with very good point guards, that's disappointing.

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    Chad Ford's big board has Lillard at no. 25, Marshall at 26, Kabongo at 27, and Teague at 28. There will point guards available late in the first round.

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    I was looking at the top 100 board, but I can tell you what I saw was on ESPN.

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    Chad Ford's big board has Lillard at no. 25, Marshall at 26, Kabongo at 27, and Teague at 28. There will point guards available late in the first round.
    Marshall is the only PG I expect to be drafted.

    Lillard is actually more of a combo guard in the Stephen Curry-before-he-got-drafted mold and I would be surprised if either Kabongo or Teague declares this year.

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    Teague is undecided and rumours are spilling that Kabongo is back for another year.

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    Lillard is jumping up draft boards
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    Quote stretch wrote: View Post
    Chad Ford's big board has Lillard at no. 25, Marshall at 26, Kabongo at 27, and Teague at 28. There will point guards available late in the first round.
    Wait for NCAA t-Ment. That is when best PGs "shine", especially a Cindarella team whose PG goes nuts. Also, remmember, most PGs are freshmen. Give them another month to "develop".
    Not all current "star"